Scouting, [Volume 22, Number 6,] June 1934 Page: 9
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HE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
E YEAR 1933
TOTAL MEMBERSHIP SERVED DURING 1933
SCOUTS WERE CUBS
LEADERS- ^ 1,002,538
SCOUTERS \ >/ 258,361
CUBBERS A f 2,-542
TOTAL ME/sr 265.9Q3
GRAND TOTAL BELONGING 1, 268,441
GEORGE D. PRATT
JOHN M. SCHIFF
ROBERT P. SNIFFEN
JAMES E. WEST,
Chief Scout Executive
AT the end of each year the Finance Committee studies the estimates of income
for the ensuing year and in accordance with these estimates recommends
appropriations for the ensuing year. Upon approval by the Executive Board this
becomes the Authorized Budget.
Monthly reports are made comparing actual income with the estimated income
and actual expenses with the authorized appropriations, so that the Finance Com-
mittee exercises current control of the Authorized Budget.
Each year, an examination of the books and records is made by certified public
accountants and statements of the year's financial operations are submitted to
Congress and to the National Council by the Treasurer and the chairman of the
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